West Ham boss David Moyes makes Scotland job omission

West Ham boss David Moyes makes Scotland job omission

David Moyes’ West Ham stint

West Ham United were most certainly one of the surprise packages in the 2020/21 campaign.

The Hammers had an awful 2019/20 season, which saw them amass just 39 points and finish 16th in the Premier League.

This past campaign, though, David Moyes transformed what, on paper, still looks like a pretty average PL side, into a Europe-chasing team.

And, West Ham are now set to be plying their trade in the Europa League in 2021/22 after finishing 6th last term.

The man behind West Ham’s resurgence has of course been David Moyes.

After taking over in December of last year, the Scotsman was able to steady the ship and avoid relegation before overseeing what has been a pretty superb season from the Hammers.

Moyes’ deal with the capital outfit was due to run out this summer as he only signed an initial 18-month contract when he took over.

But he has since agreed fresh terms that see him, on paper, in charge of the London outfit for the next three years:

Moyes to manage Scotland?

Now, David Moyes has been speaking about his future. And, when asked if he has ambitions to manage Scotland, he replied:

“Yeah, I do now.”
However, West Ham fans should not get too concerned as he also stated that he feels he has unfinished business in club management:

“I’m getting now to a stage in my career where I really enjoy club management and feel I have unfinished business to do yet.

“But I think at the right time, when things are right for me and if it’s right for Scotland, then it might be a consideration.”

Quotes via BBC Sport.

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